Read & Learn About Key Types of Bankruptcy Court Filings from Major Corporate Chapter 11 Cases With's New Library of Free Sample Court Pleadings


Bankruptcy court filings from large corporate chapter 11 cases are packed with useful, important financial, operational, and strategic information that is often underutilized. Importantly, most companies do not publicly disclose much of this information, especially in this level of detail, at any other time, even in SEC filings. In order to help users familiarize themselves with the types of common court filings and the types of information that these pleadings often contain, is today launching a new, completely free library of sample court filings. Simply follow the links provided in the attached document (links to our library pages can also be found at: to view documents from our library. Of course, to access many more important court filings from hundreds of major chapter 11 cases, visit

Pleadings Included in Our Free Library:

- Chapter 11 Voluntary Petitions

- Debtor-in-Possession Financing Motions & Orders

- Employee Compensation Motions & Orders

- Customer Programs Motions & Orders

- Critical Vendor/Essential Supplier Motions & Orders

- Asset Sale Motions & Orders

- Liquidation, Going-Out-Of-Business Sale, and Store Closing Sale Motions & Orders

- Plans of Reorganization & Liquidation

- Disclosure Statements

- Schedules of Assets & Liabilities

- Statements of Financial Affairs

- Monthly Operating Reports

- Contract, Lease & Agreement Assumption & Rejection Motions & Orders

- Adequate Protection Motions & Orders

- Professional (Lawyers, Financial Advisors, Investment Bankers, etc.) Retention Applications

- Objections to Creditors' Proofs of Claim

- Adversary Complaints to Recover Preferential & Fraudulent Transfers

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